Goulds Rams' head coach Pat Terry, considered a pre-season long shot at the Jr. Varsity division, has weather the storm this fall.
The first score of the game, will come from the hands of the youngest athlete on the field. The Razorbacks, sixth-grade, RB/LB Demetrius "Meatball" Williams, a Rising Star, would catch a pass from QB Joel Sacerio, and sprint 36 yards for a touchdown. Williams also shined at linebacker.
The Rams' thunder-and-lightning tandem, consisting of Ahmari Walker and Ken Moore, would respond trailing (6-0). The hard running of the tandem, was responsible for four first downs on the drive, as Walker would seal the deal from 3-yards out.
The following drive, Rams' quarterback Anton Coney, would throw a 29-yard strick to long and rangy wide receiver Adrian Harris, extending the league (12-6).
Quarterback Joel Sacerio of Florida City, completed three long passes, which quickly moved the Razorbacks down field. Generation Nexxt All-Stars selection, ATH Ryan Bullard, would then replace Sacerio at Quarterback, powering his way into the end zone from 2-yards out.
The Razorbacks would later produce another long drive, but however, fall short as emerging cornerback Tyrell Williams (without assistance) would high-point an interception.
Last season, Pop Warner Div. 2 National champion, WR Mark Evans may not have scored a touchdown. But, his play on offense and defense impacted his team. His presence was felt.
The Razorbacks' Ryan Bullard anchored the defensive side of the ball. Hats off to Rams interior lineman Carson Stanley, Walters, and Neil brother. The group slowed down the Razorbacks powerful running backs.
The Rams have defeated the odds thus far. Their next big task will take place next week against the unbeaten and reigning Nat' championship coaching staff of the Richmond-Perrine Giants.